{Team KR Feature} Simon Paul Wilson’s Top Reads From 2021

Simon Paul Wilson’s Top Reads From 2021

Although 2021 was pretty awful, it was a good one for horror fiction. I read close to 70 books, and the vast majority of them were fantastic.

I’ve compiled two ‘Best Of’ lists, one for collections and one for novels/novellas.

All of the ten books I’m about to mention are fantastic reads and truly worthy of your time.

Here we go…

Favourite 5 Collections of 2021:

Dark Missives by Dan Howarth

Paths Best Left Untrodden by Kev Harrison

Between Light And Shadow by Sarah Jane Huntington

The Collapse Of Ordinary by Steve L. Clark

Hunger For Death by Joshua Marsella

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Favourite 5 Novels/Novellas of 2021:

Cunning Folk by Adam Nevill

The Watchers by A. M. Shine

Melancholia by Matt Wildasin

The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor

Cabin Terror by Sarah Jane Huntington

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Huge thanks to all these fine authors and their awesome horrors! !

Simon Paul Wilson

Simon Paul Wilson is a U.K. based writer of horror and science fiction.

He is currently writing a cyberpunk horror trilogy, the first of which is GhostCityGirl and was published by Not A Pipe publishing in 2020.

Click this link for more info: Ghost City Girl

There now follows a list of writers who have influenced his reading tastes and writing style:

James Herbert. Stephen King, Shaun Hutson, Clive Barker, China Mieville, Haruki Murakami, Carlton Mellick III, Brian Keene, and Adam Nevill.

Simon lives somewhere in the middle of England with his wonderful family. He likes to listen to post-rock and progressive rock at loud volumes. He also plays a mean air bass.

Follow him on Twitter: @spwzen

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